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Blood Drive

Sunday, September 9, 2018

8 a.m.-Noon. in the Fellowship Hall

Giving blood is a simple act of kindness that can have profound and life saving benefits for those who receive it. John 10:10 reminds us that Jesus came to give us life and life more abundant. Giving of our blood allows us to also to take part in the work of giving life to another. 

REGISTER ONLINE or in the Fellowship Hall on Sunday morning.

Please contact Tiffany Love at tscooby05@yahoo.com with any questions or for more information 

Carter BloodCare Donor Qualifications:

All donors: Please provide personal photo identification. IDs must be issued by state (DL or ID), school or U.S. government (passport, military ID, resident alien ID, green card or work visa).

Age: At least 16 years of age and in good general health. Sixteen-year-olds must have written parental consent. There is no upper age limit.
Weight: Minimum of 110 pounds.
Medications: Cannot give if currently taking antibiotics for treatment. Cannot give if taking Accutane, Propecia or Proscar. Platelet donors cannot give if taking aspirin or Plavix. OK to give if taking vitamins, birth control, or medicine for: allergies, blood pressure, thyroid replacement, female hormones, anxiety or high cholesterol, as well as most other medications.
Eating: Eat a low-fat meal within two to four hours before giving.
Drinking: Drink lots of water or juice before and after donating. Avoid alcoholic beverages for 12 hours before and after donating.
Shots: OK after allergy shots, influenza vaccine, hepatitis A vaccine, tetanus shot.
Strenuous activity: Avoid for 12 hours after donating. Individuals with a hazardous or strenuous job should donate at the end of their work shift.
Cancer: OK to donate after curative treatment for basal cell skin cancer and squamous cell skin cancer. For melanoma and most solid tumors, including those due to breast cancer, it is OK to give two years after completion of all treatment. Exceptions are noted under "Permanent disqualifications."
Diabetes: OK if controlled by human or porcine insulin, oral medication or diet.
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